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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
blouseblouse /blaʊz $ blaʊs/ ●●● S3 noun [countable]  DCCa shirt for women a silk blouse
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blouseSuzanne, forty-something, looking respectable in baggy pants and a blouse, used to work here.Three tartans, since the skirt, jacket and blouse were all different.She wore white shorts and a blue blouse with white stars.The burgundy skirt was smeared with grime and buttons were missing from her gaping blouse.They can wear a sweatshirt or blouse, with culottes or sweat pants.The blouse shaped her very nicely, he thought.Brown-and-white saddle shoes, white socks, white blouse, the plaid skirt arranged four inches above the knees.
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